AlejandroGonzalezFinalAssignment

- AlejandroS.Gonzalez(10896252 1. course ,especiallythoseof howfundsflow,

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Alejandro S. Gonzalez (10896252) Capital Markets – Final Assignment 1. List down and explain briefly what knowledge or wisdom you have learned in this  course. I have learned much knowledge about Capital Markets in this course, especially those of  how funds flow, how the government treasury market is auctioned, what are the different types of  money market instruments, securities and most importantly some idea about risk management.  The main reason why I enrolled in this course is the fact that I expected that I will learn all of  these and how they are done in real life, and I’m glad to say that although there is a broad  spectrum of topics under each of these learning, I know that I can mingle with people who knows  these things and be able to contribute my ideas and insights as to how capital markets affect our  economy as a whole. 2.  List down what mistakes or errors you have made in this course and why it is important  for you not to repeat doing them again. It’s a cliché to use the quote "you learn from your mistakes" but that is how I exactly  learned my lessons in capital markets. I grew continuously vigilant about minor errors, being able  to deliver on time and being able to manage my time to study and learn throughout the trimester. 
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course GSB 4346 taught by Professor Sss during the Spring '10 term at De La Salle University.

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